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From balancing your course load to forging relationships with classmates to extracurricular involvement, these are the tried and true methods to nail your career as a student.

Kaylee Lawrence6 months ago
Congrats, Grad!
I really did not think I would miss college this much, and it has only been four months. Granted, all of the changes in my life that happened after already pretty significant changes (including the mo...
Don Anderson II6 months ago
My First Experience in Summer Camp
Have you ever had such a good time doing something while you keep doing what you love that you almost forget how you got to that one place? That's how it was for me, and it's all thanks to my high sch...
Cianna Cruz6 months ago
School Ruined My Love for Writing That I Didn't Know I Had
I’m going to school for creative writing. Poetry, actually. Why? Don’t ask me that. Growing up I was always in a reading program. Why? Well, my parents are Hispanic and I guess the school just assumed...
Haley Peterson6 months ago
Conquer Kindergarten, Part II: Math
In my previous article I described different ways parents can prepare their child for Kindergarten when it comes to literacy. Obviously, math is another skill students will work on throughout their en...
Summer Blues
As summer comes to its sweet ending, I can’t help but to get a bit sad as I look back at all the new memories created along with its endless amount of leisure and time. I am sure this doesn’t only app...
Katharine Johns7 months ago
A Geek Girl's Guide to Brain Skills
I studied education in college, and many of my classes focused on theories and approaches teachers can use to do what they do in the best ways possible. One such theory from a psychologist named Howar...
J. P. Frattini7 months ago
"Happiness Classes" In Indian Schools
An experiment is taking place in Delhi's public schools: classes that focus on emotional well-being, instead of academic success. Due to the high education standards and the very limited spaces in top...
Janie 7 months ago
7 Things I Wish I'd Known Before Moving into Halls
I felt I knew what I was doing when I first started university. I felt scared and obviously nervous about living on my own for the first time. In fact, not only living alone but living alone with a wh...
Joe Baily7 months ago
Earning Money While at University
The student loan is considered the young person's ticket to freedom to have the time of their life while studying for a degree that could very well define the rest of her life. But before you head off...
Alexandra Roybal7 months ago
Bullies
The autumn leaves descend from the winding branches. A handsome white barn owl sits perched, looking outward with its deep neutral gaze as the leaves are being carried off by the soft wind. It jumps o...
Robyn Welborne7 months ago
From Nomadic Origins to a United Legend
DID YOU EVER try learning a new language? Maybe Russian, or Chinese? Complicating stuff, right? But, did you know that the great American language is not even American at all! Sociology is the study o...
Stephany Martinez7 months ago
The Inbetweeners
There is a group that is often forgotten in the rush of college applications, scholarships, and AP classes. The group that is in between. This group dwells in the realm of regular classes and advanced...
Simply Soly7 months ago
On Coming to America...
When first stepping foot in America, there were so many types of emotions running through my mind. I was very happy to be reunited with our father after four years of living apart, but at the same tim...
Natalie Froome7 months ago
The Marketisation of Higher Education in the UK - and Why It's Bad News for the Arts
After I finished my A-Levels back in 2015 and had spent a semester at University, I went back to my old secondary school for an award ceremony. The guest speaker talked about STEM subjects and how the...
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Sophie Jiwoo7 months ago
Co-Educational vs. Single-Sex Institutions
Co-educational institutions are grounds for going against status quo’s and improving self-esteem, developing social skills, and preparing students to be world leaders in the working world. Since the v...
Blue Rose7 months ago
Bullying
To begin, all names used in my writings are not the real names of the people involved in the problems discussed; for the safety of myself and others, I use different names. Also, the schools where the...
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Alí González7 months ago
How the School System Affects a Student's Potential
The limitations of the human brain are often thought to become restricted due to laziness, which is not always the case. The limitations might possibly be due to how systems of all kinds test the ment...
Bethany Gordon7 months ago
Why I Can't Stand Education Anymore
Honestly, for the past few weeks, I have been crying, stressed out, and exhausted over exams. Five years ago, I dreamed about going to university abroad to study architecture in one of the Ivy League ...